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Brown Coal

Bjarne Henning-Jensen, Denmark, 1941

6 min.DK/Documentary

During the war thousands of tons of brown coal were taken out of the thick surface strata in Jutland. They were an important contribution to the supply of fuel. A Danish klondyke arose in the peaceful country-side.
Basic information Credits Festivals & awards
Original title Brunkul
Danish title Brunkul
Other titles Brown Coal
Keywords Working conditions, Industry, Brown coal, Coal mining
Director Bjarne Henning-Jensen
Screenplay Bjarne Henning-Jensen
Director of Photography Poul Gram
Composer Bernhard Christensen
Production country Denmark
Production companies Nordisk Films Kompagni
Domestic distribution Statens Filmcentral
Technical info 187 meter, 35 mm, Black/white, Sound
Danish rating Allowed for all

Companies

Production companies Nordisk Films Kompagni
Commissioned by Ministeriet for Landbrug og Fiskeri, Regeringens Beskæftigelsesudvalg, Ministeriernes Filmudvalg
Domestic distribution Statens Filmcentral

Direction

Direction Bjarne Henning-Jensen

Script

Script Bjarne Henning-Jensen

Cinematography

Cinematography Poul Gram

Music

Music Bernhard Christensen

Voiceover

Voiceover Bjarne Henning-Jensen

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